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15 Beautiful Kitchen Island with Table Attached | Home Design Lover

15 Beautiful Kitchen Island with Table Attached | Home Design Lover | Kitchen Door Workshop | Scoop.it
Like an eat-in kitchen, some Mums want to have even a small table connected to the island for easy access from where food is prepared to where her family m

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Elizabeth LaPrade's curator insight, January 24, 2014 10:19 AM

Some of these are gorgeous! Enjoy!

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14 Glamorous Shades of Gray for your Kitchen

14 Glamorous Shades of Gray for your Kitchen | Kitchen Door Workshop | Scoop.it
Text by Bradley Nesbitt
One of the today's most talked about kitchen colors, gray is not an easy hue to handle. It can be difficult to choose the right shade, the one that complements your kitchen

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While 2012 was all about bright colours and expressing your creativity, 2013 is more about natural colours which have a calming effect in the kitchen. Those colours which you might choose to use in the bedroom are now making their way into the kitchen. This could includes light blues such as the Zurfiz Metallic Blue, pinks, sage greens and light woods like Trends Odessa Oak.

Other more natural shades include those influenced by nature like slate greys, sandy hues and clay inspired Mediterranean shades. It is these shades which will give your kitchen the feeling of peace and tranquillity which we all need in our home. This is especially the case now that the kitchen has become the hub of the home and somewhere to spend much of our day. Whatever your choice of colour, you can find the right tone to match your needs here at Kitchen Door Workshop. Our doors keep up with contemporary trends and still fit your budget perfectly. Replacement kitchen doors are no longer a compromise, they should be your first and only choice.

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BKDA's comment, November 1, 2013 4:00 AM
You're welcome , glad you liked it .
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Keep the efficiency but lose the rigidity with kitchen designs that don ...

Keep the efficiency but lose the rigidity with kitchen designs that don ... | Kitchen Door Workshop | Scoop.it
You may be familiar with the kitchen work triangle and its emphasis on an efficient kitchen layout. But did...

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Val Design's Domus Kitchen

Val Design's Domus Kitchen | Kitchen Door Workshop | Scoop.it
Here's a look at Val Design's Domus Kitchen which is a modern contemporary kitchen design with an open and adaptable design. The design is fairly straightforward and features the use of boxes while...

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Such a sleek looking kitchen - see our version

Ringmer Silk White Kitchen Doors

http://www.kitchendoorworkshop.co.uk/doors/trends/ringmer/satin/silk-white

 

Ringmer

The minimalist style of Ringmer kitchen doors cannot be overstated. From the handleless finish, to the plain flat profiling, Ringmer is simplicity personified. This super-modern look is achieved through the use of cut-out finger pulls which are hidden within the door and drawer fronts. The result is a slick and streamlined kitchen which can be radiant in white or energetic in aubergine. Whichever colour you choose the effect will be impressive.

Silk White

White can be seen as clinical or stark, however this shade of Silk White is far from either of these. In fact, this colour from our Trends colour range is simply crisp and fresh, adding luminosity to your room. If you are looking for a shade which will be clean and bright, you cannot go wrong with Silk White. This shade is perfect for a number of our doors.

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Gallery of Traditional 2-Tone Kitchens

Gallery of Traditional 2-Tone Kitchens | Kitchen Door Workshop | Scoop.it
Browse through pictures of kitchens in our gallery of traditional two-tone kitchen cabinets.

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Buying a kitchen used to be a matter of making a decision between this style or that, but now everything has completely changed for consumers and it’s about finding the perfect mixture of door styles and finishes. It’s been a gradual movement, starting with experimenting with different door colours but within the same style, but now confident and design conscious consumers are blending different styles and colours to create sophisticated, eclectic looks.   It’s not just the high end market; consumers at the lower end are realising that this look can be achieved at a fraction of the cost. We cater for the competitive market and we’ve noticed an 85% increase in customers mixing and matching kitchen door styles.

 

There seems to be two main stimuli for this trend; the desire to personalise the kitchen and to create a defined space in an open plan home.
Homeowners often feel that by bringing together different door styles and finishes they will be able to create a one off space that won’t be replicated elsewhere.  In cosmopolitan areas, consumers seem to be braver mixing different door styles and colours such as white handle-less gloss units next to shaker units in heritage colours.

 

Mixing door finishes or styles can also used as a practical tool in open plan homes to create different workstations and to lead the user in a particular path around the room.  One of the most popular methods is simply using a different colour within the same door style such as handle-less black gloss units matching black appliances around a cooking area, and then a more decorative area highlighted with a handle-less gloss wood finish.

 

This mixing trend is definitely here to stay, so it’s essential that your portfolio gives consumers the flexibility and choice to make this possible.

 

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Unexpected style upgrades for kitchens | Abigail Ahern

Unexpected style upgrades for kitchens | Abigail Ahern | Kitchen Door Workshop | Scoop.it
Kitchens especially at Christmas are the heart of the home, the engine house if you like – but that also goes for any time of the year. My pet peeve is when they feel so disconnected from the rest of the house so my trick is to ...
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